Immigration, Truancy, and How a Football Player Fooled the Media

The Department of Homeland Security has agreed to let some deported migrants come back to the U.S. We discuss the lawsuit that led to that decision, and we look at how President Obama’s go-it-alone approach to immigration reform is worrying members of both parties. Plus, we talk to California’s attorney general about her efforts to curb school truancy. And the L.A. Times’ Bill Plaschke tells us he’s embarrassed about the way he handled the story of a USC football star who made up a story about off-field heroics.

Banner Image: President Barack Obama listens during the Wednesday, March 18, 2009, meeting with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus in the State Dining Room of the White House. The President discussed how the administration will work with the CHC to address immigration concerns; Credit: Pete Souza